Susannah Place

Susannah Place

Susannah Place is a small terrace row of four dwellings, built in 1843 and occupied until 1990. As a house museum, Susannah Place conserves, interprets and presents its historical interiors, collection and structural fabric in a way which acknowledges and illuminates changes in occupants and the broader transformation of the surrounding Rocks neighbourhood. The collection includes a rich archive of oral history records and personal effects contributed by the former occupants.

Address: 
58-64 Gloucester Street, The Rocks, NSW
Tel: 
0292411893
Hours: 
Saturday - Sunday 10.00am - 5.00pm (daily during January), Tuesday - Wednesdays open for booked group visits, Closed Christmas day.
Admission: 
Members Free, General $7.00, Concession/Child $3.00, Family $17.00.
Facilities: 
No disabled acces facilities, period theme shop, educational programs, guided tours, resource collection of research material, oral history archive
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